The Costs Of International Economic Disintegration: Ireland In The 1930'S
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"International comparisons of real product, 1820-1990 : an alternative data set,"
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- Frank Barry and Mary E. Daly & Mary E. Daly, 2011. "Irish Perceptions of the Great Depression," The Institute for International Integration Studies Discussion Paper Series iiisdp349, IIIS.
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